Category: Sports

  • Girls Basketball Changes This Season

    Girls Basketball Changes This Season

     By: Hanin Suleiman The girls basketball open gym is available now on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to anyone who’s interested. Every girl is welcome. Requirements would be in at least grades 9-12 for the new season. Open gyms are for anyone from 7th grade to 12th grade. Paul Ziegenfus and Paul Sabinoa are the new […]

  • Lady Falcons Have Districts in Sight

    Lady Falcons Have Districts in Sight

    By: Zachary Bender The Salisbury Falcons field hockey team currently holds a 9-5-1 record with three games left in the season. If the Falcons win any of these three games, they will qualify for districts. This would be the first time in a few years they would make it this far.  Salisbury’s head field hockey […]

  • The Way MVP is Chosen Needs to be Changed

    By: Joshua Hudak Nikola Jokic’ won the NBA MVP this year. Many people do not agree with this decision including coaches, players and the people. The media has chosen the MVP for a long time and it should be changed. For many years, they have had people in the media pick the MVP. I believe […]

  • Salisbury’s Sinkhole

    Salisbury’s Sinkhole

    By: Andrew Grejda At the home field of the Falcons, the baseball team hasn’t had a true home game in weeks. The team will most likely not be seeing their home field for the rest of the season too, with a sinkhole out in center field. The sinkhole was found on April 4th.  The maintenance […]

  • Girl’s Softball Coming to an End

    Girl’s Softball Coming to an End

    By: Stella Strickland The softball team for Salisbury High School has only won 3 of their 13 games this season. But, they have had many games and plays that need highlighting, including the active members of the team. Their season is coming to an end, today May 12.  Softball currently plays on the middle school […]

  • Salisbury’s Scrimmages

    Salisbury’s Scrimmages

    By: Andrew Grejda and Mason Dickert The Salisbury baseball teams had a scrimmage against Brandywine Heights, Monday, March 21. The varsity team was away at Brandywine High School and the junior varsity team was home at Salisbury High School.  “I thought we pitched well, and we scored the guys that were in scoring position. Our […]

  • Baseball Season has Begun

    Baseball Season has Begun

    By: Andrew Grejda and Mason Dickert For the past few weeks, baseball has been having open gyms to allow students to warm up for the start of the season which was on March 7, 2022. Last year, the high school barely had two teams, but this year the coaches had to make cuts.  This year, […]

  • Boys Basketball Season Comes To An End

    Boys Basketball Season Comes To An End

    By: Mason Dickert and Andrew Grejda Photo Credit: Christmas City Studio Boys basketball went to Catasauqua on Saturday, Feb. 26, at 1 pm for their district quarterfinals game. The Falcons were matched up against the Palmerton Blue Bombers, making this the third time they met this season. The first two matchups during the regular season […]

  • Boys Basketball Journey is Winding Down

    Boys Basketball Journey is Winding Down

    Photo Credit: Christmas City Studio By: Andrew Grejda and Mason Dickert Boys basketball made it to the league playoffs with a nail-biting win over Moravian Academy, on Feb. 7. The score of the game was 44-41,  with Salisbury pulling it off at the very end. The Falcons also needed Palmerton to beat Bangor, which they […]

  • Girls Basketball Takes on the Court

    By: Haylee Leayman and Olivia Bowersox The girls basketball team had their first game of the season against Dieruff High School on Friday Dec. 10. All the girls were anxious to get on the court and play. The starting line up was senior co-captain Quinn Wittman, senior co-caption Krista Bonge, junior Hannah Kamp, sophomore Desireé […]